Development Standards - Applicability
Stormwater Development Standards - Applicability
9.679 - 9.6795 Applicability
Applies if Stormwater Development Standards is shown below.
9.6791 Destination Standards
All development applications.
Sec. 1.4 Stormwater Management Manual
9.6792 Pollution Reduction Standards
Cluster subdivision tentative applications, conditional use applications, partition tentative applications, planned unit development tentative applications, subdivision tentative applications for land use approval and non-one and two family residential building permit applications to construct or replace 1000 sq ft or greater of impervious surface.
Sec. 1.5 Stormwater Management Manual
9.6793 Flow Control Standards
Stormwater discharges to open channels above 500 foot ground elevation from cluster subdivision tentative applications, conditional use applications, partition tentative applications, planned unit development tentative applications, subdivision tentative applications for land use approval and non-one and two family residential building permit applications to construct or replace 1000 sq ft or greater of impervious surface.
Sec. 1.6 Stormwater Management Manual
9.6794 Oil Control Standards
All new commercial and industrial development with parking lots that store wrecked or impounded vehicles; any development that would result in an expected daily traffic count greater than one hundred vehicles per 1,000 square feet of gross building area, based on the most recent version of The Institute of Transportation Engineers? Trip Generation Manual; any development that would result in 100 or more off-street parking spaces; and any commercial or industrial development with 10 or more parking spaces that receives an adjustment approving the installation of 125 percent or more of the minimum off-street parking spaces required by Eugene Code.
Ch. 4 Stormwater Management Manual
9.6795 Source Control Standards
(a) Fuel dispensing facilities and surrounding traffic areas where vehicles, equipment, or tanks are refueled on the premises. A fuel dispensing facility is the area where fuel is transferred from bulk storage tanks to vehicles, equipment, and/or mobile containers.
(e) Developments proposing the installation of new material transfer areas as defined in the Stormwater Management Manual, or structural alterations to existing material transfer areas, such as access ramp re-grading and leveler installations. Exempt are areas used only for mid-sized to small-sized passenger vehicles and restricted by lease agreements or other regulatory requirements to storing, transporting or using materials that are classified as domestic use, for example, primary educational facilities (elementary, middle or high schools), buildings used for temporary storage and churches.
(b) Exterior storage of liquid materials, for example chemicals, food products, waste oils, solvents, process wastewaters, or petroleum products in aboveground containers, in quantities of 50 gallons or more, including permanent and temporary storage areas.
(f) All development with a designated equipment or vehicle washing or steam cleaning area, including smaller activity areas such as wheel-washing stations. Development that is intended for the storage of 10 or more fleet vehicles shall include a designated vehicle washing area.
(c) All facilities that store solid waste. A solid waste storage area is a place where solid waste containers, including compactors, dumpsters, and garbage cans, are collectively stored. Solid waste storage areas include, areas used to collect and store refuse or recyclable materials collection areas. Exempt are solid waste storage areas for one and two family dwelling and areas used for the temporary storage of wood pallets or cardboard.
(g) All development projects that disturb property suspected or known to contain contaminants in the soil or groundwater.
(d) Developments that stockpile or store high-risk or low-risk bulk materials in outdoor containers, as the terms "high risk" and "low risk" are in the Stormwater Management Manual.
(h) All development with new covered vehicle parking areas, or existing parking structures that are being developed. Exempt are single-level canopies, overhangs and carports.
Ch. 4 - Source Controls: Stormwater Management Manual